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New England Free Jacks

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New England Free Jacks
New England Free Jacks logo.png
Founded2018
LocationBoston, Massachusetts
Ground(s)Union Point Sports Complex
CEOAlex Magleby
Coach(es)Josh Smith
Captain(s)Tadhg Leader
League(s)Major League Rugby
Official website
www.thefreejacks.com

The New England Free Jacks are a professional rugby union team in Major League Rugby (MLR) from Boston, Massachusetts. They were announced in September 2018 and began to compete professionally in October 2018.[1] They will begin competing in MLR in the 2020 season.

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Contents

History

On September 21, 2018, Major League Rugby announced that Boston would be one of the expansion teams joining the league for the 2020 season.[2] That same day, the Boston club was announced as the New England Free Jacks through social media. Their first match was on October 20, 2018, against the Ontario Arrows at Wanderers Grounds in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Sponsorship

Season Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2018 Canterbury None
2018–2019 Boathouse
2020-present Paladin Sports

Roster

Squad for 2020 Major League Rugby Season:[3]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Diego Maquieira Hooker United States United States
Steven Hinshaw Hooker United States United States
Sean McNulty Hooker Ireland Ireland
Simon Courcoul Prop France France
Quentin Newcomer Prop United States United States
Anthony Purpura Prop United States United States
Kensuke Hatakeyama Prop Japan Japan
Tolu Fahamokioa Prop Tonga Tonga
Donald Brighouse Prop Samoa Samoa
Jackson Thiebes Lock United States United States
Conor Kindregan Lock Ireland Ireland
Ronan McCusker Lock Ireland Ireland
Josh Larsen Lock Canada Canada
Owen Hundt Flanker United States United States
Evan Geist Flanker United States United States
Naulia Dawai Flanker Fiji Fiji
Zach Stryffeler Flanker United States United States
Jon Kokinda Flanker United States United States
Pago Haini Number 8 United States United States
Brad Hemopo Number 8 New Zealand New Zealand
Player Position Union
Erik Thompson Scrum-half United States United States
John Poland Scrum-half Ireland Ireland
Oliver Engelhart Scrum-half Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tadhg Leader (c) Fly-half United States United States
Timothée Guillimin Fly-half France France
Ahmad Harajly Centre United States United States
Peter Lupton Centre Wales Wales
Sam Beard Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Beaudein Waaka Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Steve Dazzo Wing United States United States
Christian Adams Wing United States United States
Liam Steel Wing New Zealand New Zealand
Poasa Waqanibau Wing Fiji Fiji
Deion Mikesell Wing United States United States
Mitch Wilson Wing United States United States
Danny Collins Fullback United States United States
Piceli Rinakama Fullback Fiji Fiji
  • Senior 15's and senior 7's internationally capped players in bold
  • MLR teams are allowed to field up to ten (10) overseas players per match who are not qualified to play for the USA or Canadian national teams.

2019 season

All games in the 2019 season are exhibition games and do not count in the league standings.

Date Opponent Home/Away Location Result
October 20, 2018 Ontario Arrows Away Wanderers Grounds Lost, 14–40
December 1, 2018 Rugby United New York Home Union Point Sports Complex Lost, 35–38
February 9, 2019 Utah Warriors Away Zions Bank Training Center Lost, 15-70
March 16, 2019 Connacht A[4] Home Union Point Sports Complex Lost, 7–38
March 24, 2019 Ulster A[4] Home Union Point Sports Complex Lost, 15-43
April 6, 2019 Munster A[4] Home Irish Cultural Centre GAA Field Lost, 19-38
April 14, 2019 Leinster A[4] Home Harvard Mignone Field Lost, 12-55
May 18, 2019 Toronto Arrows Home Brophy Field at Dartmouth’s
Corey Ford Rugby Clubhouse
Postponed
June 1, 2019 Lansdowne F.C. Home Irish Cultural Centre GAA Field Won, 46-29

2020 season

Regular season

Date Opponent Home/Away Location Result
February 8 Rugby United New York Home Las Vegas Ballpark
February 15 Utah Warriors Away Las Vegas Ballpark
February 23 San Diego Legion Away Torero Stadium
February 29 Seattle Seawolves Away Starfire Sports
March 7 NOLA Gold Away The Gold Mine
March 14 Houston SaberCats Home Union Point Sports Complex
March 22 Rugby ATL Away Life University Running Eagles Stadium
April 5 Colorado Raptors Home Union Point Sports Complex
April 10 Toronto Arrows Away TBD
April 18 Old Glory DC Home Union Point Sports Complex
April 25 NOLA Gold Home Union Point Sports Complex
May 1 Rugby United New York Away MCU Park
May 9 Austin Herd Home Union Point Sports Complex
May 16 Toronto Arrows Home Union Point Sports Complex
May 24 Old Glory DC Away Cardinal Stadium
May 30 Rugby ATL Home Union Point Sports Complex

References

  1. ^ "New England Free Jacks Roster Announced". The Runner Sports. 2018-10-19. Retrieved 2019-01-18.
  2. ^ "Major League Rugby confirms Boston and Atlanta for 2020 - Americas Rugby News". Americasrugbynews.com. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  3. ^ [1] “2020 New England Freejacks Squad” 1/8/19
  4. ^ a b c d "Free Jacks To Host Irish Provincial 'A' Sides". Thisisamericanrugby.com. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
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